Posted by Gerry Smith on April 19, 2007 at 13:57:52:|
In Reply to: Re: Central Coast waters to become reserves posted by not effective on April 15, 2007 at 17:51:42:
Genetic studies conducted by biologists at CSULB and at USC indicate that more than 50% of the Calico Bass population on the front side of Catalina Island come from brood stock that lives in the State Marine Reserve at Blus Cavern Point. That's a quarter-mile of shoreline supporting about 10 miles of coast. If you get a chance to dive the reserve, you'll see the enormous difference even a small protected area can make.
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